Osian doesn't offer a lot of options when it comes to restaurants or cafes. Your best bet are local eateries that serve the authentic Rajasthani fare of bajra rotis, kair sangeri (desert beans), mooli kachra, gatte ki sabzi and a lip-smacking lal maas (a spicy mutton delicacy).
When to go
Osian sustains an extreme range of temperatures; during summers temperatures soar as high as 48°C. Winter nights are subject to all-time lows of 0°C. The monsoons, from July to September, are mild, with sporadic rains. From November to February, days are delightfully pleasant with temperatures ranging in the mid-20s, making it the perfect time to visit the city.
By rail: The nearest railway station is located in Jodhpur and operates direct trains to Jaipur, Bikaner and Kota. Local buses and taxis ply to Osian from the railhead.
By road: Well-connected with cities such as Jaipur, Jodhpur and Bikaner via the RJ SH61, taxis and government-operated buses ply on a daily basis.
By air: The nearest airport is 70km away in Jodhpur and can be accessed via taxis or buses.